July 20, 2024

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Tag: lawsuit

Judge expands Title IX injunction to hundreds of schools in 44 states

In early July, Federal Judge for the District of Kansas John Broomes issued a preliminary injunction halting the implementation of…

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Kobach sues federal government over new Title IX rules

Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach is suing the federal government over changes to Title IX requirements that are supposed to…

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Olathe school district dodging questions about legal fees

The Olathe Unified School District administration and board of education are either refusing to answer questions about legal fees defending…

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Kansas, 10 other states sue Biden Administration over latest student loan forgiveness plan

Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach, along with the attorneys general of ten other states, is suing the Biden Administration over…

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Lawrence man sues city, library over First Amendment violation

A Lawrence man is suing the Lawrence City Commission, the commissioners individually, the Lawrence Public Library, and several library employees…

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Gilmore wins 1st Amendment case against Olathe school board member

In a victory for free speech rights, a federal jury recently sided with Olathe resident Jennifer Gilmore who was removed…

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Marion Record reporter Deb Gruver sues Marion police chief Gideon Cody

The first federal lawsuit filed in the wake of the raid of the Marion County Record has been filed and…

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Kansas joins lawsuit against listing lesser prairie chicken as ‘threatened’

Attempts by the federal government to list the lesser prairie chicken — a type of grouse — as “threatened” under…

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Nurse practitioner fired over religious exemption for birth control files lawsuit

A Kansas nurse practitioner says she was fired because of her faith — despite having had a religious exemption for…

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Teacher suspended over pronouns gets damages and disciplinary action removed

A Fort Riley, Kansas, teacher who was suspended for refusing to use a student’s “preferred pronouns” has reached a settlement…

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Eleven KS counties reject 30×30 federal land grab

Kansas counties are pushing back against President Joe Biden’s “Conserving and Restoring America the Beautiful” plan — often referred to…

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Judge blocks vaccine mandate for federal contractors in KS

A federal judge in Georgia has blocked the federal contractor vaccine mandate which would have required employees at any company…

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Lawsuit seeks to end religious exemption for private colleges

A class-action lawsuit filed in March in the federal court for the Western District of Oregon could end the Title…

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College of the Ozarks sues Biden admin over gender identity

Like a Missouri David facing the Federal Goliath, the small, Christian-oriented College of the Ozarks near Branson, Missouri, is challenging…

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Wichita gym owner’s COVID lawsuit on hold, pending legislative solution

A lawsuit by a Wichita gym owner asking for payment from the State of Kansas for his lost revenue because…

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Gym owner sues state, alleging shutdown commandeered his business

A Wichita gym owner is suing the State of Kansas over COVID lockdowns, claiming the shutdown earlier this year constituted…

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Linn County rescinds contact tracing order after KJI lawsuit

The Kansas Justice Institute has won another victory for liberty. Linn County, in the wake of a federal lawsuit and…

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Gov. Kelly stonewalls records request on no-bid contracts

Democrat Kansas Governor Laura Kelly has expressed long-standing opposition to the troubling practice of awarding no-bid contracts — government contracts…

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Frontenac sued in federal court over city administration firings

The three top Frontenac city officials who were fired in September of last year have filed a federal lawsuit alleging…

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